Hmsc Poc Virtualization Module 3 Why Ms V2Presentation Transcript
Why Microsoft Virtualization ?
Microsoft Virtualization Solutions Best ROI End-to-end Management The PlatformYou Know Datacenterto Desktop
Microsoft Virtualization Solutions Presentation Virtualization Application Virtualization Desktop Virtualization Server Virtualization
Virtualization across the organization Server Virtualization Desktop Virtualization Application Virtualization Presentation Virtualization Consolidate workloads for more efficient resource utilization Create an additional isolated OS environment on standard desktop Decouple applications from desktop operating systems, deliver on demand Centralize processing and data storage; present the user interface locally
Reduce operating costs (Hardware, Energy, Space)
Improve uptime and availability
Enable robust Disaster Recovery
Reduce maintenance disruption
Streamline resource provisioning and scale
Support legacy applications in current Operating Systems
Server Virtualization Solution: Server consolidation through virtualization and physical and virtual machine management Improve hardware performance
Challenge: Multiple management tools and learning curves Solution: A single management platform that utilizes existing investments Reduce Complexity
Backup Virtual machine snapshots Challenge: Keep operating systems and applications up and running during planned and unplanned downtime Live migration Virtual machine restore Solution: Virtualize operating systems and applications – enabling easy backup, replication, and moving to available servers Increase Availability
Challenge: Inability to respond quickly to changing needs at desktops and the datacenter Solution: Live migration and dynamic provisioning of servers and desktops are based on real-time needs using a single management platform 8 Improve Agility
Live Migration Create VM on target server
Copy memory pages from the source to the target via Ethernet
Final state transfer
Run new VM on target; Delete VM on source
Host 1 Host 2 Shared Storage
Cluster Shared Volume
All servers “see” the same storage
Core Parking 16LP Server Processor is “parked” Processor is “parked”
ROI Tool Use the Microsoft Integrated Virtualization ROI Toolto estimate your return on investment in Microsoft virtualization tools
Information Kentucky Dept of Education “We’ve had a static budget for years. With Hyper-V, we hope to reduce our server holdings by 60 percent and our data center space by 50 percent.” 1.3 M+ Hyper-V downloads pre-release 260+ Hyper-V and SCVMM Technology Adoption and Rapid Deployment customers, with thousands of VMs deployed “We are saving up to $3,700 per guest server through lower hardware and software costs. That doesn’t include electrical and cooling savings and the cost avoidance of expanding our data center.” Martin Herbener, Data Architect, Kentucky Department of Education “Kiss VMware's Rump Good-Bye” Robert McShinsky, Senior Systems Administrator, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center “Hyper-V is going to help us reduce operational costs in our data center. We can pass these savings on to our customers to increase our competitive edge.” “Hyper-V: The no-brainer virtualization stack for Windows” June 25, 2008 “David and Goliath: How Hyper-V will kill VMWare” MSDN and TechNet fully on Hyper-V 25% of Microsoft.com on Hyper-V July 1, 2008 July 1, 2008 June 25, 2008 Juha Sallinen, Senior Solution Architect, HP Finland Consulting and Integration
Why Not Vmware?
VMware is a company specializing in virtualization solutions.
In 2007, it reported the revenues of $1,3 billion and currently refers to having more than 120,000 customers and 18,000 partners.
Vmware Distribute Resource Scheduler
Vmware Lab Manager
Why Not Vmware?
Why Not Vmware? $61.4K x x x Virtual Center $7.3K Multi-Hypervisor Management App Management $21.4K Virtual Infrastructure Enterprise $42.1K Included Physical Management Virtual Management System Center $9.4K Windows Server 2008 $12K Windows Server 2008 $12K Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V $12K Hypervisor